Through the lens of Black psychology, The Island of Meme is a radical blending of African centered historiography with an innovative analysis of the role of consciousness formation and identity fragmentation as the unfinished revolution.
This work provides a new intellectual discourse in the understanding of human psychology, cultural studies, traditional African spirituality, political science, and race relations. The Island of Memes: Haitis Unfinished Revolution makes clear that the remembering or re-experiencing of an African meaning of consciousness is essential to the liberation of the African mind and the development, empowerment, and revitalisation of African people worldwide.
Review - By Dr. Theophile Obenga. - "This recent book by Dr. Wade W. Nobles, a great psychologist, is of exceptional historical importance, scrutinizing with fresh look the real meaning of Haitis revolution led by Toussaint L'Ouverture. This revolution, like every revolution, remains unfinished as Nobles said.
However, Haitis revolution is in the frame of world history a turning point for all people of African descent on earth. The generations to come will for sure recognize Dr. Nobles wonderful achievement. In my view, Dr. Nobles work is perhaps the most important book of the last five decades".
Published 1st March 2015.